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By Amanda C. Kooser

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Cutting-Edge: Clippingservices have been providing business customers with tailored newsarticles for a pretty long time. Clip Genius is upping the ante withits Internet-only, low-priced offerings. Growing companies canmonitor important issues in the media, keep tabs on thecompetition, conduct research or gauge the effectiveness ofmarketing efforts without wasting time combing through Web sites orsearch engines. Pricing starts at $39 per month and varies with thedaily delivery times and number of search strings. Log on to takethe fully customizable service for a free trial run.

Do It Already! Partinformation resource and part pep talk, is aboutencouraging brick-and-mortar businesses to get online and takeadvantage of new technologies. A free bimonthly e-mail newsletteranchors the offerings; articles cover everything from profiles toe-mail marketing tips and Web site design discussions. A newsletteris also available on the site, along with an archive of previousissues.

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